Read these reviews to determine if TnT is for you!

“For those that are looking to perform core exercises, this device allows you to perform abdominal crunches targeting multiple muscle groups with ease. It offers structure and rigidity with its ergonomic design which helps the end user to maintain proper form. In addition, this device will help to limit bodily injuries caused by improper technique when performing core exercises.”

Andre Prabhu, BPHE,
Cardiac Rehab Technologist

“I do think this is an intriguing idea. I’ve not seen an exercise aid anything like this and it does enable people to exercise without getting out of their chair or bed. It would be very useful to study just what muscles can be exercised this way and to determine what muscles can’t be and find ways to compensate, to make a complete exercise routine. I am also thinking that maybe stroke victims might be able to use this. It’s a great idea!”

Dr. Lynn Stewart, CCFP, FCFP,
Family Physician

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“The preliminary results suggest that the effort required to perform exercises with this device are low indicating that individuals with strength deficits could benefit from using the device. The activation is spread out through most of the upper body aiding an individual who would have a weaker core and abdominal muscles. Finally, with the proper seat height, an individual with mobility issues could possibly benefit from using this device to strengthen their abdominal and upper body muscles.”

EMG Analysis of the Tune Tone Exercise Device
Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab
School of Kinesiology and Health Studies

Comparison of percent activation with and without the exercise device for knees to chest lying down.

Further analysis would need to be conducted to determine statistical significance.

“I recently had the opportunity to personally test the TnT 303 at my home. I found it easy to use, lightweight and found that it afforded me a comprehensive isometric work out for my entire body. I especially felt the effect in my core and arms. I am impressed with the ease and safety of use with this product, rendering it appealing.”

Tatanya Abrams, RN(EC) BSCN PHCNP,
Nurse Practitioner and Chair of Seeley's Bay Athletics

Rob Kirkham

I was first diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (A.S.) when I was 19 years old, …

When I was 30 years old my family doctor said my x-rays are very similar to what is known as a worse case scenario in medical journals and in short, my joints were seizing up like the tin man.

In 2017 I decided to go back to school and get my life in order. I frequented the Indigenous centre almost daily. One day last year I came in the centre and saw the TnT for the first time. Instantly I felt this was a product I could get behind. I have been testing the TnT for a week now and I already feel like it is the best exercise device I have had available to me thus far, and the bonus is I don’t have to leave the house to use it and it slides very nicely behind my couch.

Tara Prabhu-Hiniker

This device may have originally been targeted for prime timers; however, it can be used for all ages and abilities. Whether young or not so young, physically active or sedentary, or those going through exercise rehabilitation; this simple lightweight tool provides just the right amount of support and leverage assistance to perform a range of motions to get the blood flowing through all the arteries.